24 cores MPO OM4 fiber optic patch

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 High density architectures

 Storage area networking fiber channel

 Parallel optics



Features and Benefits

Utilize MPO Connectors – small Form Factor,12 Fiber or 24 Fiber push/pull optical connectors.

Rapid Deployment - Application specific designs Tailor configuration and breakout construction to application requirements to minimize waste, optimize cable management, speed deployment, and improve flexibility and manageability for lower installation costs.

 Factory terminated - Provides a quick-to-deploy, scalable solution to improve reliability and reduce installation time and cost.

100% tested (test data supplied) - Assures verified optical performance for improved network integrity.

 High-density cable - Uses pathway space more efficiently to improve manageability and reduce installation costs.

 Optimized Performance- Assemblies constructed with low loss MPO OECE proprietary MT polishing Provides low insertion loss and high return loss, minimizing variability for improved channel link loss performance.


Standards Compliance

Jacketed cable is compliant with NFPA 262 Optical Fiber Nonconductive Plenum (OFNP) or IEC-60332 Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH) flame rating.

 Compliant to Directive 2002/95/EC (RoHS) and REACH SvHC.

 MPO connector complies with IEC-61754-7 & EIA/TIA-604-5.


Connector Performance Specifications

Connector Type

12-Fiber Or 24Fiber MPO (non-pinned)



Housing Colour

MM (Beige), MM Elite (Aqua), SM (Green), SM Elite (Yellow)

Insertion Loss, Typical

≤ 0.10 dB

Insertion loss, max.

≤ 0.35 dB

Durability(500 Matings)

< 0.2dB


Fiber Cable Performance Specifications

Fiber Type

OS2, OM1, OM2, OM3, OM4 (corning Clear Curve)

Fiber Count

12,24,48,72,96,144 cores

Outer diameter

12cores:4.5±0.2mm ; 24cores:5.4±0.2mm

Outer jacket Colour


Outer jacket material


Tensile strength


Operating Temperature

-20 ~ +60°C

Storage Temperature

-40 ~ +70°C

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